Georgia Southern herbaria
Georgia Southern University maintains separate, active herbaria at its Statesboro and Armstrong campuses. These herbaria focus largely on plants from the Georgian Coastal Plain and nearby areas of the southeastern United States. We invite you to click the links below to explore our collections.
The Georgia Southern University Herbarium (GAS) was founded in 1955. Through the years, it has developed into a collection of over 40,000 specimens.
Founded in 1967, the Georgia Southern University’s Armstrong Campus Herbarium (AASU) contains over 5,000 catalogued plant specimens representing over 1,400 species of vascular plants.
Last updated: 7/22/2018